Set a 2-minute walk from the traditional village of Santa Elena, The Pickled Onion Eco-Boutique B&B features charming thatched bungalows, an outdoor pool and a restaurant. Uxmal Archaeological Site is a 10-minute drive away. The typical Mayan-style bungalows are surrounded by tropical gardens and offer countryside views. Each one features attractive wooden furnishings, modern tiled floors, a fan and a small dining area. The Pickled Onion Eco-Boutique B&B's à la carte restaurant serves a range of Mexican cuisine. The hotel can also prepare packed lunches. The surrounding area has a range of walking routes, including the Ruta Puuc. The Kabah Mayan ruins are a 10-minute drive away, while the Lol Tun caves are within a 40-minute drive. Mérida is 62.1 miles away.
A hacienda of coral walls and white moldings awaits you in the tropical rainforest ambience of the Yucatan peninsula. Surrounded by the tranquil blue waters of the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico, Hacienda Temozon recreates the belle époque of the Mexican southeast. Special details, like weathered wooden doors and rose petals, reflect the natural display of our Mayan cultural surroundings. Delight in the fine service this superb residence offers and discover the beauty of ancient Mayan architectural sites. Renowned for its premier services, Hacienda Temozon invites you to experience the most invigorating massage therapy the Gulf of Mexico has to offer. Inviting, creamy pastels and a lush sub-tropical jungle welcome you to Hol Be Spa. Relax among natural rocks in a soothing candlelit cenote, featuring pristine massage beds, flower petals, and indigenous spa products, as a professional therapist relieves your stress. In the evening, indulge in a romantic dinner in the perfect hideaway complete with twinkling candles and the singing of birds. Once a private family-run “estancia,” our hacienda features 28 exquisitely furnished guest rooms and suites, offering a real experience of the grandeur and affluence of the past. Double doors, 18-foot ceilings with exposed beams and rafters, stone walls, massive iron beds and private plunge pools highlight all of our suites. Take a nap in a woven cotton hammock as daylight fades to dusk and revel in the soothing atmosphere of Hacienda Temozon.
La Casa del Mago offers an airport shuttle (available on request) for USD 350 per vehicle roundtrip. You can splash around at the outdoor pool, grab a bite to eat at the restaurant, or unwind with a drink at the pool bar. Other highlights include a terrace and a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
This lodge-style Uxmal hotel resort is just outside the entrance to the Uxmal ruins. The city of Mérida is 80 km (50 mi) north.
The Lodge At Uxmal is set amid lush tropical grounds with abundant birdlife. The open-air restaurant with a thatched roof serves regional, traditional Mexican, and international cuisines. Room service is available. There is a children's pool and 2 outdoor pools, and childcare can be arranged. Tickets to the Uxmal sound-and-light show can be purchased at the front desk, which can also arrange tours and Jeep rentals. Other amenities include free outdoor parking, luggage storage, medical assistance, and concierge service.
The 40 air-conditioned guestrooms are situated in 5 2-story buildings. All feature verandas with hammocks and rocking chairs. Guestroom decor includes Mayan motifs, local artwork, stained glass and mahogany furnishings. Rooms also come with satellite TV, minibars, free bottled water, safes, desks, complimentary wireless Internet access and ceiling fans. Bathrooms include hair dryers. All rooms are non-smoking.
Hacienda Uxmal Plantation & Museum is a great choice for a stay in Uxmal. Guests can visit the spa to indulge in massages, aromatherapy, or mani/pedis, and Mexican cuisine is served at RESTUARANTE UXMAL, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. An outdoor pool and a poolside bar are other highlights, and rooms offer furnished patios and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: The pool, comfortable bed and close proximity to ruins made this repeat stay worthwhile.
Reasonable prices at restaurant we thought.
All foreign guests which is good to share experiencs.. Well light room with full wall of windows to pool view are great.
Cons: Dispute my being recognized as a multi time visitor the manager would not honor the reduced rate offered to me in my last visit. He had me laboriously take the time to make the reservation over the internet .
It was a real hassle and dispute me showing him the confirmation of the reservation he delayed giving us the room key. They wanted to take my phone and produce a copy if the Reservation which I would not allow. No one has ever asked for this!
They just don't understand or trust that once you have the confirmation number they are assured payment. They even asked me to pay the full room rate before getting the key.
Fortunate for me the relented and gave me the key but the wait with my 95 year old mother who suffered in her wheel chair left a bad taste.
It us a great facility but they need ti be educated on how to treat guests.
We booked on the internet and the hotel made less money then if they had accepted my offer.
We were going ti spend a week but left early and headed back to great, cheap accommodations in Merida.
Hope this helps other travelers and hope the hotel learns about how reservation come in. U work in the travel industry and live in Mexico.
Thus hotel is good if you need air conditioning and pool.
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at Uxmal Resort Maya. The restaurant is the perfect spot for a bite to eat, and after visiting the 24-hour fitness center for a workout, you can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. An outdoor pool and a poolside bar are other highlights, and rooms offer furnished balconies and LCD TVs.